Sunday Silence Sire Line

2022-07-31 | By jpkeiba | Filed in: Sire Lines.

Sunday Silence Sire Line 

Posted in August 2022 – To be updated as needed (Latest update: February 2023)

  • The Sunday Silence line continues to develop in Japan.
    When Sunday Silence first came to Japan, many people did not expect that a single horse would have such an impact on the Japanese horse racing community.
    He rewrote the pedigree of the Japanese horse racing.
  • Up to the generation of Sunday Silence’s grand-colts, there are big names such as Victoire Pisa, Orfevre, Kitasan Black, and Contrail.
    However, no big name colts have emerged in the subsequent generations.
    I am both looking forward to seeing what happens to the Sunday Silence line from here on out, and also a little worried.

Major Sunday Silence Line Stallions

Deep Impact (by Sunday Silence)

Real Impact (by Deep Impact)

    • One of Deep Impact’s successors, Real Impact, sired the G1 winner Lauda Sion.
      He was also a sire in Australia and sired several successful foals.
      However, the performance of his foals may have been lower than what was required of him, and he was kicked out of Shadai Stallion Station and has been working at Yushun Stallion Station since 2021.

Kizuna (by Deep Impact)

    • He is a stallion who is one of the successors to Deep Impact.
      The high average of his foals is his appeal, but only his mares Akai Ito and Songline have won the G1 races.

Stay Gold (by Sunday Silence)

  • His racing results were not so good, but he was very successful as a stallion.
    His foals have won many races, especially in the grade races, and can be considered big-name racehorse producer.
  • His colts are such as Dream Journey, Nakayama Festa, Orfevre, Gold Ship, Fenomeno, Rainbow Line, Win Bright, and Indy Champ.
    The steeplechase champion Oju Chosan is also his foal.
  • His mares have been less successful than his colts, but include Red Reveur and Admire Lead.
  • He himself was produced by Shiraoi Farm of the Shadai Group but could not work as a stallion at the Shadai Stallion Station.
    Although he did not have the best environment as a stallion, he should be commended for producing many successful horses.
    (However, horses such as Dream Journey, Orfevre, Fenomeno, and Indy Champ were produced at Shadai Group farms.)
  • Orfevre and Gold Ship have had some success as his successors, but they are not stable stallions.
    Dream Journey did reasonably well as a stallion, but he was not very active because he was too small and was not good at breeding.
    Fenomeno and Nakayama Festa are no longer very active as stallions because they did not produce very good foals.
    His other successors, Win Bright and Indy Champ, are stallions of the near future.

Orfevre (by Stay Gold)

    • As a racehorse, he was feared and respected as a “金色の暴君 (Golden Tyrant),” but as a stallion, he has not lived up to expectations.
      The only G1 winning colt is still Epoca d’Oro, his first yearling.
      Lucky Lilac, Marche Lorraine and Shonan Nadeshiko were the successful mares.
      His foals may be more appropriately suited to a small dirt track than a turf track.

Gold Ship (by Stay Gold)

    • The mare Uberleben won the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks), but the colts have not done much.

Heart’s Cry (by Sunday Silence)

  • His colts are such as Just a Way, One and Only, Cheval Grand, Suave Richard, Time Flyer, Salios, and Do Deuce.
  • His mares are such as Nuovo Record, and Lys Gracieux.
  • Yoshida, who was produced in Japan and trained in the U.S., is also his foal.
  • The term often used to describe his characteristics as a stallion is “growth potential.
    Just a Way, Cheval Grand, and Lys Gracieux have shown great performance as if they had awakened as old horses.
    (However, Lys Gracieux can be said to have been active since the age of two.)
  • The first of his successors was thought to be Just a Way, but he had already been kicked out of Shadai Stallion Station and moved to Breeders Stallion Station.
    It is uncertain whether his successor will emerge.

Just a Way (by Heart’s Cry)

    • Danon the Kid won the Hopeful Stakes, a 2-year-old G1 race, and Teorema won the JBC Ladies Classic, a JPN1 dirt race.
      He is a stallion that has been reasonably successful but not very distinctive.

Daiwa Major (by Sunday Silence)

  • The phrase “Safe and Trustworthy Daiwa Major” is used by dealers at auctions, making Daiwa Major’s foals so reliable for horse owners.
    His foals are very strong in races as 2 year old because they grow up fast and are good at short distance races.
    Horse owners are grateful for horses that have a high probability of winning at least one race.
    In 2015, he was the two-year-old leading sire, having previously been Deep Impact for five consecutive years.
  • However, his foals have rarely done well in races over 2,000 meters.
  • His colts are such as Curren Black Hill, Copano Richard, and Admire Mars.
  • His mares are such as Major Emblem, Reine Minoru, and Resistencia.
  • Some of his foals are active in dirt racing, such as Bulldog Boss, and Nova Lenda.
  • Curren Black Hill is doing reasonably well as a candidate for his successor sire, but the main candidate will be the up and coming Admire Mars.

Fuji Kiseki (by Sunday Silence)

  • Fuji Kiseki, a first-year foal of Sunday Silence, who was a good stallion but once did not have many great foals.
    Gradually, however, his foals began to emerge on the Japanese horse racing world.
  • His colts are such as Kane Hekili, Fine Grain, Danon Chantilly, Sadamu Patek, and Isla Bonita.
  • His mares are such as Grace Tiara, Koiuta, Asian Winds, and Straight Girl.
  • He also worked as a stallion in Australia, where the Australian-bred Kinshasa no Kiseki was trained in Japan and was successful, and the Australian-bred Sun Classique was trained in South Africa and was also successful.
  • His successor sire is left with no choice but to look forward to the success of Isla Bonita.

Kane Hekili (by Fuji Kiseki)

    • He sired dirt horses such as Mitsuba, Trovao and London Town.
      It is very regrettable that Kane Hekili was late to become a stallion and that he died in an accident during his sixth year as a stallion.
      London Town will probably be his main successor for the time being, but he is not expected to be very successful.
      (I personally think that London Town might be better off in Korea than in Japan.)

Kinshasa no Kiseki (by Fuji Kiseki)

    • Although he was a reasonably good stallion, none of his foals ever won a G1 race.
      Currently his stud fee is private and he is not very active.

Gold Allure (by Sunday Silence)

  • Gold Allure has produced several great dirt champions.
    Possibly the last remaining Sunday Silence line stallion will come from the Gold Allure line.
  • His colts are such as Espoir City, Smart Falcon, Copano Rickey, Graceful Leap, Chrysolite, Gold Dream, and Chrysoberyl.
  • His foals are mainly in dirt races, so his mares are not very active, but Lalabel is one of the most famous mares of his.
  • His successor sire Espoir City produced the winner of the JPN1 race Zennippon Nisai Yushun, but still not enough of an outstanding achievement.
    Expectations are high for Copano Ricky, Gold Dream, and Chrysoberyl.
    Chrysoberyl is at the Shadai Stallion Station, and the Shadai Group has said that it will focus on dirt racing from now on, so expectations are particularly high.
    (However, there are rumors circulating that Chrysoberyl is not good at breeding and cannot do the breeding count, which is a concern.)

Agnes Tachyon (by Sunday Silence)

  • Agnes Tachyon became the JRA leading sire in 2008 after Sunday Silence died and his influence faded.
    He died early at the end of the 2009 breeding season.
    His foals, like him, became famous for their weak legs and frequent injuries.
  • His colts are such as Logic, Captain Thule, and Deep Sky.
  • His mares are such as Daiwa Scarlet, Little Amapola, and Reve d’Essor.
  • His main successor is Deep Sky.
    His successors have been successful in dirt racing.
    It can be said that Agnes Tachyon line is slowly declining.
    Since Deep Sky is no longer a stallion, the survival of Agnes Tachyon line is quite difficult.

Deep Sky (by Agnes Tachyon)

    • His foals Sound Sky and Kyoei Gere won the JPN1 dirt races.
      Clincher is also active in both turf and dirt racing.

Admire Aura (by Agnes Tachyon)

    • His dam is Biwa Heidi, which means he is the half brother of Buena Vista.
      He produced dirt horses such as Arctos, who won the Mile Championship Nambu Hai twice in a row.
      He died prematurely in 2015.
      Arctos is still an active racehorse and it is uncertain if he will be able to connect the sire line.

Manhattan Cafe (by Sunday Silence)

  • Manhattan Cafe was the leading sire after Agnes Tachyon.
    He is a very good stallion in terms of AEI and other figures, but he has no great foals that could be called a monster.
  • His colts are such as Jo Cappuccino, Hiruno d’Amour, and Grape Brandy.
  • His mares are such as Red Desire, and Queens Ring.
  • Jo Cappuccino is doing reasonably well as his successor sire, but the survival of his sire line is getting tougher.
    It is also significant that Sciacchetra, who was considered a potential successor to him, died during his active career as a racehorse.

Neo Universe (by Sunday Silence)

Victoire Pisa (by Neo Universe)

    • Victoire Pisa is a horse with a flashy racing career, having won the Satsuki Sho, the Arima Kinen, and the Dubai World Cup.
      His first yearling, Jeweler, won the Oka Sho, but after that, no more of his foals won G1 races in Japan.
      He is now in Turkey.
      To be honest, I still can’t believe he is in Turkey, but I hope he succeeds there.

Zenno Rob Roy (by Sunday Silence)

  • Zenno Rob Roy won the Autumn Old Horse Triple Crown by winning the Tenno Sho (Autumn), the Japan Cup, and the Arima Kinen in the same year.
  • His foals include the Oaks winner Saint Emilion and the Japan Dirt Derby winner Magnifica.
  • Pelusa, a popular and famous horse that showed great potential but was too bad at starting, became his successor stallion.
    However, Pelusa has already retired as a stallion.

Special Week (by Sunday Silence)

  • Special Week is a very popular horse because of his showdown with strong rivals and his Derby victory gift to jockey Yutaka Take.
  • His colts are such as Gold Blitz, Roman Legend, and Toho Jackal.
    He has a strong impression of a filly sire, but his colts were quite active as well.
  • His mares are such as Cesario, and Buena Vista.
    Cesario produced some great stallions as a broodmare.
  • There is little demand for Toho Jackal as a stallion.
  • Reach the Crown, a G2 winner, has been a stallion at Arrow Stud since 2013.
    Due to the success of his sire, Reach the Crown was moved to Shadai Stallion Station in 2016, but has been active again at Arrow Stud since 2021.
    He sired Crown Pride, who won the UAE Derby.

Black Tide (by Sunday Silence)

  • Black Tide became a stallion because he is a full brother of Deep Impact.
    (Incidentally, Black Tide’s full brother On Fire also became a stallion thanks to Deep Impact.)
    He became popular as an replacement stallion for Deep Impact and was ranked No. 1 in the 2012 First Season Sire Rankings.
  • He has only one foal that has won G1 races, but that one is the very big one, Kitasan Black.
  • His presence has increased somewhat since Deep Impact’s death.
    He is already an old stallion, but possibly he will produce another big one.

Kitasan Black (by Black Tide)

    • It may be too early to create a separate section for him, but his first year foal, Equinox, is active.
      His stud fee had also dropped but was again the same price as the first year.
    • Added February 2023, Equinox won two G1 races in 2022 and became the Horse of the Year.
      Kitasan Black’s stud fee will increase further in 2023 and he will be treated as one of Japan’s top stallions.

Matsurida Gogh (by Sunday Silence)

  • Matsurida Gogh, who is so strong at Nakayama Racecourse that he is called “Nakayama Meister”.
  • His foals are growing fast.
    None of his foals have won a G1 race.
  • He is a foal from the last year of Sunday Silence.
    He remains a stallion at Lex Stud today.

Suzuka Mambo (by Sunday Silence)

  • Suzuka Mambo won the Tenno Sho (Spring), but his performance was not so good as a racehorse to be a stallion.
    Perhaps the reason he was in pretty good demand from his first year as a stallion is that he is a close relative of Dance in the Dark and his dam’s father is Kingmambo.
  • His colts are such as Meisho Dassai, a steeplechase champion.
  • His mares are such as Meisho Mambo, and Sambista.
  • Meisho Mambo won the turf G1 races, Sambista won the dirt G1 races, and Meisho Dassai won the steeplechase G1 races.
    Suzuka Mambo and Timber Country are the only stallions to have won JRA G1 races in the three categories of turf, dirt and steeplechase.
  • The demand for him as a stallion, which had temporarily dropped, increased again due to the success of his foals.
    However, due to his poor health, the number of breeding was limited.
    He died during the 2015 breeding season.

Admire Max (by Sunday Silence)

  • Admire Max, who had the potential to win a spring classic race but was unable to run due to injury.
    He then won the Takamatsunomiya Kinen and became a stallion.
  • He was a reasonably good stallion.
  • Admire Cosmos emerged as his successor sire, but died before becoming a stallion.
    It seemed as if the Admire Max line was doomed, but then K T Brave appeared.
    K T Brave became a stallion in 2022.

Gold Halo (by Sunday Silence)

  • Gold Halo debuted at NAR instead of JRA, which is unusual among Sunday Silence foals.
    He did not have strong legs for a racehorse and could not race much.
  • As a stallion, he became popular because of the high winning rate of his foals.
  • His best known foal is Tokei Halo, who won G2 and G3 races and finished second in the Hong Kong Cup.
    Tokei Halo became his successor stallion.
    However, Tokei Halo is not in much demand as a stallion, so the Gold Halo line will have a tough time surviving.

Stallions that are currently disconnected or not mainstream

Dance in the Dark (by Sunday Silence)

Admire Vega (by Sunday Silence)

  • Admire Vega is the foal of the famous mare Vega and winner of the Derby.
  • He produced two G1 winner mares, Kiss to Heaven and Blumenblatt.
  • At the age of eight he died prematurely.
    His full brother, Admire Boss, also became a stallion and had some success, but did not produce any G1 winners.

Durandal (by Sunday Silence)

  • Durandal was active for a long period of time with his amazing finishing kick despite being a short-distance horse.
  • His foals have won middle-distance races as well.
    His most famous foal is Erin Court, who won the Oaks, a 2400 meter race.
  • He died after finishing his eighth year as a stallion.

Bubble Gum Fellow (by Sunday Silence)

  • Bubble Gum Fellow won the Best 2-Year-Old Horse and won the Tenno Sho (Autumn) at the age of 3.
    His brother is Candy Stripe, twice Argentina’s leading sire.
  • None of his foals have won a G1 race in Japan.
    Rockabubble, his foal in Oceania, won a G1 race in New Zealand.
  • He once sired more than 200 horses in a year, but his successor stallion never appeared.

Genuine (by Sunday Silence)

  • Genuine, like Fuji Kiseki and Tayasu Tsuyoshi, is a first-year crop of Sunday Silence.
    He finished 1st place twice and 2nd place 3 times in the G1 races.
  • His number of breeding was quite high, but his foals did not win any G1 races in Japan, so the number of breeding decreased.
  • He also worked as a stallion in Australia and became quite a popular stallion.
    In 2004, he did not return to Japan, and worked only in Australia.
    His demand in Japan increased again because of the performance of a horse named Don Cool in Japan.
    Therefore, in March 2005, in the middle of the breeding season in Japan, he returned to Japan and did a lot of breeding.
    However, again, there were not many of his foals that were active in Japan.
  • Pompeii Ruler, born in New Zealand, won a G1 race in Australia.

Tayasu Tsuyoshi (by Sunday Silence)

  • Tayasu Tsuyoshi is the first Sunday Silence foal to win the Derby.
    After the Derby, his performance was not so good.
  • He produced many foals.
    Among his foals, Man of Purser won the Derby Grand Prix of dirt racing.
  • He also worked as a stallion in Australia, as did others such as Bubble Gum Fellow and Genuine.
    Hollow Bullet won the G1 races in Australia.
    Jeram Special, his Australian-born foal, apparently won a G1 race in Malaysia, although not by international standards.

Marvelous Sunday (by Sunday Silence)

  • Marvelous Sunday continued to perform very consistently good as a racehorse.
    He is ridden by Yutaka Take in all races and some say he is Yutaka Take’s best partner.
  • He became a popular stallion because his foals were quite successful, although they did not win any flat G1 races.
  • King Joy won the Nakayama Daishogai, a G1 staplechase race, twice.
    Marvelous Kaiser also won the Nakayama Daishogai.

Orewa Matteruze (by Sunday Silence)

  • Orewa Matteruze is a Takamatsunomiya Kinen winner who became popular because of his unique name.
    He is actually a horse with a good pedigree from Dyna Carle family.
  • His first year crop, Hana’s Goal, won the 2012 Tulip Prize, which increased demand for him as a sire.
    In 2012, he bred over 100 mares.
    However, in 2013, he probably wasn’t in good physical condition and was hardly able to breed, and he died in October of that year.
  • Hana’s Goal won the All Aged Stakes, an Australian G1 race, in 2014.

Royal Touch (by Sunday Silence)

  • Royal Touch, along with Bubble Gum Fellow, Ishino Sunday, and Dance in the Dark, was referred to as the Sunday Silence Top Four born in 1993.
    He is the brother of the Derby winner Winning Ticket.
  • His most famous foal is Asahi Rising.
    Asahi Rising won the Queen Stakes, a G3 race, and was a second-place finisher in two G1 races in Japan and a second-place finisher in a G1 race in the United States.
  • None of his foals have won a G1.
    Kakitsubata Royal was his successor as a stallion until 2020, but his sire line has been broken.

Ishino Sunday (by Sunday Silence)

  • As a racehorse, Ishino Sunday won the Satsuki Sho and also was active in dirt racing.
  • He was not in a favorable environment as a stallion.
    He worked in Chiba, Kagoshima, and Aomori prefectures, which are not mainstream places for thoroughbred production.
    Few of his horses have been successful.

Suzuka Phoenix (by Sunday Silence)

  • Suzuka Phoenix won the Takamatsunomiya Kinen.
    In terms of pedigree, he is a nephew of Epsom Derby winner Dr Devious and Takamatsunomiya Hai winner Shinko King.
  • He was not expected as a sire and his breeding frequency was low.
    His foals were few in number, but they were quite successful.
    The winner of the NHK Mile Cup, Meinel Ho O, is his foal.
  • Even after his foals were successful, his demand as a stallion did not increase much.
    Meinel Ho O did not become a stallion.

Admire Japan (by Sunday Silence)

  • As a racehorse, Admire Japan is a rival to Deep Impact, who was born in the same year.
    In terms of pedigree, his mother is Biwa Heidi.
    (This is the same as the aforementioned Agnes Tachyon – Admire Aura.)
  • He sired quite a few mares.
    His foals did reasonably well, but no G1 winners.

Miscast (by Sunday Silence)

  • Miscast finished second in a G3 race and third in a G2 race as a racehorse.
    He did not have a good racing result.
    But he became a stallion partly because his dam is North Flight, the Mile Queen.
  • He was in little demand as a stallion and was treated like other minor Sunday Silence stallions.
    However, Beat Black is the only one of his foals to win a G1 race.

Agnes Flight (by Sunday Silence)

  • Agnes Flight is a Derby horse and brother of Agnes Tachyon.
  • In the beginning he was a cheap replacement for Agnes Tachyon, with a middling breeding frequency.
    However, his foals were not very successful, so his breeding frequency decreased.
    Even after Agnes Tachyon’s death, the demand for him as a stallion did not increase.

Air Shakur (by Sunday Silence)

  • Air Shakur is a double crown winner.
    He would have been a Triple Crown winner had he not lost to Agnes Flight by 7 cm in the Derby.
  • He died as soon as he started working as a stallion.
    His results as a sire are: 11 breeding times, 4 stud registered foals.

Swift Current (by Sunday Silence)

  • Swift Current won a G3 race and also finished second in the Tenno Sho (Autumn).
    He became a stallion after a long career as a racehorse.
  • He is the brother of Asakusa Den’en and Victoire Pisa.
    Nevertheless, he was not in much demand as a sire, but he also worked as a stallion for a long time.

Spicule (by Sunday Silence)

  • Spicule won all seven of his dirt races and retired due to injury.
  • His sons were doing reasonably well, but the demand for him decreased, and he was sold to South Korea in 2014.
    He stopped breeding in South Korea as well, after 2016, and his death was announced in 2020.
    His representative foals are Princia Cometa and Katsugeki Kitokito born in 2013, and he might have had a better stallion life if their births and successes had been earlier.

Lincoln (by Sunday Silence)

  • Lincoln did not win any G1 races, but he was active in top-class races, finishing second twice and third twice in G1 races.
  • He was a popular stud due to his being from the Ballet Queen family, which has many successful horses, and due to his low stud fee.
    However, his foals did not do well and his breeding frequency declined and he died in 2012.

Sakura President (by Sunday Silence)

  • He had a good run as a racehorse, finishing second to Neo Universe in the Satsuki Sho.
  • He is one who did quite well as a stallion.
    However, there were no of his foals that would win a G1 race.

Black Tuxedo (by Sunday Silence)

  • He won the G2 race when he was a racehorse.
  • He was quite popular as a stallion, even working in New Zealand, and left many foals.
    Many of his foals were active in NAR.

Thrilling Sunday (by Sunday Silence)

  • He suffered a serious injury as a racehorse and retired without winning a grade race.
  • He was not planned to be a stallion at first, but his brother Daiwa Major won the Satsuki Sho, so he became a stallion.
    His foals did not have very outstanding results.
    The demand for him did not increase even after Daiwa Major’s foals achieved good results.

Mejiro Bailey (by Sunday Silence)

  • Mejiro Bailey is the last G1 winner of Mejiro Farm.
    He is the younger brother of Mejiro Bright.
  • He was not treated well as a stallion.
    He left few broodmares, but he is a fairly good broodmare sire.

Born King (by Sunday Silence)

  • Born King is a racehorse whose brothers are Fusaichi Concorde and Unrivaled.
  • As a stallion he worked a short time in Japan and then went to Italy.
    He was to have been a stallion in Italy, but those plans were cancelled and he became a stallion in France.

Samurai Heart (by Sunday Silence)

  • Samurai Heart only ran five races as a racehorse due to injury and other reasons.
  • He became very popular as a stallion.
    The reason for this is that he is a foal by Air Groove.
    He produced many foals, but none of them won a grade race, probably because the quality of his broodmares was not very good.

Admire Boss (by Sunday Silence)

  • Admire Boss won the G2 race, the St. Lite Kinen.
  • He is the brother of Admire Vega.
    He left quite a few foals due to Admire Vega’s untimely death.

Silent Deal (by Sunday Silence)

  • Silent Deal is a brother to To the Victory, and is the only Sunday Silence foal to win both turf and dirt grade races.
  • His nephews, To the Glory and To the World, are active as racehorses and quite popular as stallions.
    However, he himself was not in demand as a stallion.

Lincoln (by Sunday Silence)

  • Lincoln finished second three times in G1 races.
  • He is another member of the Ballet Queen family of horses and is the older brother of Victory, the Satsuki Sho winner.

Ammirare (by Sunday Silence)

  • Amirare did not have a good racing career, and he did not have a good pedigree.
  • He was initially a privately owned stallion, but the reputation of his foals was so good that a syndicate was formed from 2006 to 2012.
  • His foals were successful in dirt racing.
    His representative foal, Happy Sprint, is his successor stallion.

New England (by Sunday Silence)

  • He was not a very successful racehorse, but his good pedigree, with his uncle being Woodman, made him a popular stallion.
  • He has not done well as a stallion, but he has produced some reasonably good foals, such as Neko Punch.

Major stallions of Sunday Silence foals that have been active in foreign countries

  • There are more than 30 Sunday Silence line stallions outside of Japan.

Hat Trick (by Sunday Silence)

  • Hat Trick won the Mile Championship and the Hong Kong Mile.
    He had the best racing results of any Sunday Silence stallion active in foreign countries.
    He worked in North and South America and Australia.
  • Dabirsim was very successful in France as a 2-year-old, becoming the Best 2-Year-Old Colt and Horse of the Year.
    Dabirsim was the only Hat Trick foal to race in France that year, but thanks to Dabirsim’s success, Hat Trick became France’s leading 2-year-old sire and first crop leading sire.
    Dabirsim started as a stallion in Germany before going to France.
    He was the leading sire in his first season in France.
  • In addition to Dabirsim, other Hat Trick foals are also active in North and South America, and the Hat Trick sire line is gradually expanding.

Divine Light (by Sunday Silence)

  • Divine Light finished second in the Takamatsunomiya Kinen.
  • He became a stallion in Japan after his retirement, but there was no demand for him, so he went to France.
    Even in France he was not in demand, and in his first year he sired only eight horses.
    One of his few foals was Natagora, who won the Europe Best 2-Year-Old Filly and went on to win the 1000 Guineas  Stakes as a 3-year-old.
  • Divine Light worked as a stallion in Turkey since 2007.
    He died in 2014, but he was the second place in the sire ranking in Turkey in 2014.

Agnes Gold (by Sunday Silence)

  • Agnes Gold was born in the same year as Agnes Tachyon, had the same owner, same stable, and same main jockey as Agnes Tachyon.
    In the Satsuki Sho, there was a lot of attention on whether jockey Kawachi would choose Agnes Tachyon or Agnes Gold, but Agnes Gold was injured, so he won the Satsuki Sho with Agnes Tachyon.
    Agnes Tachyon later retired due to injury.
    Agnes World returned from injury and ran three races, but retired due to the same injury as Agnes Tachyon.
  • He became a stallion in Japan, went to the United States in 2007, and then to Brazil in 2008.
    He was very successful as a stallion in Brazil.
    He has produced a number of successful foals, including Ivar, who was also successful in the U.S., and Janelle Monae, a Triple Crown filly in Rio de Janeiro.
    He has been the leading sire in Brazil for three consecutive years.

Fusaichi Zenon (by Sunday Silence)

  • Fusaichi Zenon won the Yayoi Sho beating Air Shakur.
    He is a full old-brother to Agnes Gold and Limitless Bid.
    He worked as a stallion in the United States.

Limitless Bid (by Sunday Silence)

  • Limitless Bid had a long and successful career in dirt racing.
    He is a full young-brother to Fusaichi Zenon and Agnes Gold.
    He worked as a stallion in Korea.

Silent Name (by Sunday Silence)

  • Silent Name was bred in Japan by French producers and raced in France and the United States.
  • He worked as a stallion in the United States, Brazil and Canada.
    His foals have been successful in Brazil and Canada, and he is one of Canada’s top sires, finishing second in the Canadian Sire Rankings.

Layman (by Sunday Silence)

  • Layman worked as a stallion in Chile and Uruguay.

Keep the Faith (by Sunday Silence)

  • Keep the Faith worked as a stallion in Australia.
    His foal Trust in a Gust won two G1 races in Australia.
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